Re: [DML] Re: Front grill
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Re: [DML] Re: Front grill



What ever is black on the exterior can be masked with masking tape  
and covered with newspaper for the over spray.  Use Krylon #1613 Semi- 
Black.   Since my car is driven daily, I have done this to my car at  
least three times in the last ten year of ownership as to get rid of  
the fading and the staining in the many areas and parts that are black.

It will require about four to five cans and a two days to do  
everything black that you see on the exterior.  It will require two  
days as to allow the adjacent areas to be completely dry before they  
are to be masked and sprayed.  You can spray all the parts such as  
the front grill, two mirror housings, two vent windows trim, front  
and rear bumpers, all of the thin side trim around the car, air scoop  
and the screen, the vents behind the windows, front windshield trims,  
front vent screen under the wiper, wiper arm (if needed), side ground  
effect panels, rear louver, engine cover, side panels by engine cover  
and etc....

Mask all the areas with care and when spraying, just be patience as  
to allow the paint to "flash over" as not to "over spray" as to  
create "drips and runs" or the "under spraying" for the "lack" of  
paint in creating "dry patches" on the larger areas..... If the  
spraying is done correctly, the result will make your DeLorean look  
like new.

Anyway, if you have reluctance about your spraying abilities, just  
come to NYC and the many graffiti artists can spray your car as they  
do with the walls of my many properties.... hahahahaha......

  Kayo Ong

#5508

Lic. 9D NY



On Mar 27, 2006, at 10:11 AM, Eric wrote:
> Could you not just remove them from the car and paint them in flat
> black?
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> Eric C
> VIN 1776
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> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Nathan Sobieralski" <valleyrat12@...>
> wrote:
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>> My front grill (where the DMC logo attaches) seems faded compared to
>> other deloreans. Is it possible to re dye it? For that matter is it
>> possible to re dye other exterior parts like the vents on the rear
>> quarter panels and rear view mirrors?
>>
>> Nathan
>> 2277
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